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Jemima to support flood victims with the auction of previews of her film

In her interview with BBC, she said with every screening of the movie, the number of donations for the flood victims will be increased.

Jemima Khan hopes to raise a rich amount for flood victims by auctioning the previews of her film ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It.

In her interview with BBC, she said with every screening of the movie, the number of donations for the flood victims will be increased. In her latest interview, Khan says she will be raising awareness regarding the devastating floods in Pakistan.

BBC journalist Emb Hashmi, who interviewed Jemima Goldsmith, says that “The amount of money needed to help those affected by #Pakistanfloods has increased immensely @Jemima_Khanis trying to help a country she uses to live in by auctioning previews of her new film & is hoping to raise £500,000 in her fundraising efforts @LukwesaBurak @sadiaran.”

Hashmi says Jemima Khan has even sung in Urdu in the interview which will be released soon. “Every single screening that we do will hopefully have a benefit to the flood victims,” said Jemima in her interview. Jemima even demands debt relief for Pakistan. in her interview.

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Commenting on her interview and the devastation of floods in Pakistan. She said, “Important to stress that this is too big a catastrophe for individual philanthropy. Countries that have contributed most to the climate crisis should pay reparations/ consider debt relief for those countries on the frontline like Pakistan thro’ no fault of their own.”

Back in August, she had asked her Twitter followers to suggest credible organizations for donations. In her previous tweets, she talked about the adverse impact of climate change on Pakistan. Jemima asked people to pray for Pakistan and said, “33 million in Pakistan were affected by the devastating floods. 1000+ killed. 200K+ homes destroyed in Pakistan produce less than 1% of global carbon emissions. But it’s one of the top 10 countries most affected by the climate crisis.”